One of the most significant roles – and biggest challenges – of a school leader is to create and maintain a results-focused learning environment. Schools and school districts are facing initiative overload. It takes determined leadership and clear communication to deal with the implementation of higher academic standards, new evaluation systems and other demands on school leaders’ time and efforts. Creating and maintaining a results-focused learning environment is more important than ever to raise student achievement and to eliminate achievement gaps.
In this third webinar on the 4 Dimensions of Instructional Leadership™, school leaders learn how to establish rigorous expectations for every student while responding to individual student’s needs as well as the diversity of students in the school by creating effective systems of collaboration.
Join CEL Project Director Sharon Williams and Beth Wallen, principal of Panther Lake Elementary School in Kent, Wash., on February 25, 2015, 10-11 a.m. Pacific (1-2 p.m. Eastern) and get a deeper understanding of important strategies for creating a results-focused learning environment, including:
- Why having a vision and mission is crucial for success.
- What critical actions effective school leaders must take to establish a results-focused learning environment in their schools.
- How to align your data gathering techniques, instructional leadership teams, and school improvement activities to your school’s mission and vision.
- Plus, learn practical strategies from a high performing school.